Civilization by Bernard Lewis
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Civilization is an important aspect which shapes a particular society. The character of a society, along its members, is often defined by the civilization that thrives on them. The term "civilization" has been often regarded to as a synonym of culture in both the academic and popular circles.… Meanwhile, religion plays a crucial role in the definition of…
George Bernard Shaw
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George Bernard Shaw was a giant figure within the intellectual, political and theatrical fields in the Twentieth Century. Because he lived so long (into his nineties), his legacy spread throughout a number of different endeavors, but there is a recurring theme throughout all his work.… The social themes present within Pygmalion and other more or less…
Bernard Lawrence Bernie Madoff
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1. The illegal behavior associated with this scheme hurt thousands of investors worldwide. Bernard Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme which was advertised as a legitimate hedge fund investment. A Ponzi scheme can be defined as an investment fraud that involves the payment of purported returns to existing investors from funds contributed by new investors (Sec, 2001).…
Business: Bernard Madoff
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Bernard Madoff ruined his large investment firm into one of the largest Ponzi scheme in history. He was involved in several cases of fraud that ruined several investors’ lives. Later when the fraud was uncovered, Madoff was convicted for eleven accounts of unlawful activities and sentenced for 150 years. … Bernard Madoff admitted on March 12 2009 that he was…
Bernard Malamund's Jewbird
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History books are filled with descriptions of people who have been persecuted for being different. In his short story The Jew Bird, Bernard Malamund shows the conflicts and consequences that provoke differences between two Jews, Cohen and Schwart "Jewbird".… Malamund's story tells only one of the many struggles between heritage and what is accepted by society.…
Bernard Arnault's Leadership Style
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Bernard Arnault, the seventh richest man in the world, whose net worth is assumed to be around $26 billion US dollars, is a French businessman whose style of leadership has been much appreciated. He is a self-made man and is called the Pope of Fashion. He built the world's largest fashion and luxury goods group and controls Christian Dior and LVMH with nearly 50 highly known brands, including Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton bags and many more.…
'Cal' by Bernard Mac Laverty
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Cal" is the jewel in the crown of novels about Ireland. Written in 1983, in the midst of the "Troubles" of Northern Ireland, by the Irishman, "Cal" succeeded in giving the deep understanding of what was happening within the country at that period. Bernard Mac Laverty showed Ireland through the insight world of a person named Cal who suffered psychological torment from political and religious division of Irish people.…
Bernard Shaw's Ceasar and Cleopatra
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George Bernard Shaw used a unique technique to depict Cleopatra in his one of the famous work "Ceasar and Cleopatra". Since it is historical play he could successfully bring the social reflection of the time under the royal invasion of territories focusin the fact of Roman invasion of the world with a special reference of Egypt and the consequences.…
Walking Utopia By Bernard Bate
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In South India, democratic meetings are highly regarded similar to the temple festival celebrations. This is because such meetings debate contemporary social life aspects with suggestions to the typical Tamil literary principle.… The Revolution Will Not Be Televised by Naomi Schiller Alternatively, Schiller’s The Revolution Will Not Be Televised Documentary…
Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion
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Bernard Shaw ends his play, Pygmalion in an epilogue. In the section, the author adopts a commentary approach as he explains the vital… He provides detailed commentaries on the conflicts in the play thereby making it possible for his audiences to understand the play as the discussion below portrays. In the epilogue, Shaw explains his feelings on some of the…
Bernard Montgomery vs Erwin Rommel
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Bernard Montgomery vs. Erwin Rommel The difficulty in dealing with Generals of German of World War 2 is differentiating among reality and myth. This is mainly problematical due to their record, characters and histories are continuously being re-inspected.… The family background of Rommel offers a small number of hints to his future success in military “he was…
Bernard Madoff Investment Securities Scandal
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He was succeeded in defrauding thousands of investors and billions of dollars. Even though Madoff started his fraud activities in the 1980’s, he was succeeded in… Born in 1938, former American stock broker, investment adviser, and non executive chairman of the NASDAQ, Bernard Madoff is believed to be one of the greatest frauds of all time. He was succeeded in…
Bernard Madoff Ponzi Scheme Case
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Bernard Madoff Ponzi Scheme Case Introduction Bernard Madoff operated what was considered to be one of the most successful investment strategies in the world, for more than seventeen years. His embezzlement of funds came to light in December 2008, as one of the most detrimental Ponzi schemes in history.… The fraud caused investors to lose billions of dollars,…
Research for the Bernard Madoff Case
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He was succeeded in collecting as much as 50 billion U.S. Dollars by defrauding thousands of investors. The investors were unaware of the wrong motives of Madoff and invested… Finally, Madoff himself revealed the truth to his sons and they reported this case to the court. Bernard Madoff Investment Securities Scandal involves many ethical issues. Moreover, many…
'The Pleasure of Architecture' Bernard Tschumi
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Introduction The ability to predict responses from architecture is one which can be determined by architects. This is specific to the ideal of pleasure and what most in society and culture consider as a pleasurable space. While there are specific components which are able to identify what is pleasurable as well as whether the response will be positive or negative; however, there are also ideals of experimentation and innovation which can’t be predicted.…
Investment Alternative Benchmarking for Bernard Lester
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The global automotive industry documents the pressing strategy of players in forming alliances with each other to support growth. The two companies which will be evaluated in this paper namely, Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Ford Motor Company (Ford) have already faced various decisions regarding the strategic directions they are going to take.…
The Fraud of the Century: Bernard Madoff
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(Name) (Assignment) (Date) Madoff’s Ponzi scheme (Case Study) Overview Bernard Madoff devised a Ponzi scheme that took away near about 50 million dollars from his clients through his firm Madoff Investment Securities. Misusing his position in the society as a well-known financial adviser, he easily managed to run the Ponzi scheme evading the scrutiny and investigation of auditors and SEC.…
Flights of Love by Bernard Schlink
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20th Century Germany, prior the war, has been occupied with an atmosphere of control, where even cultural artefacts, such as works of art has been subjected to the government platform aimed at purging the country of the distortion and corruption embodied by modern art, and modern influence in general.… Until National Socialism came to power there existed in…
An Intriguing person George Bernard Shaw
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George Bernard Shaw is a person who has always intrigued me and each time when I read his quotes I was left mesmerized . The most attractive thing about him is his way of thinking. The first time when I got appealed by him was when I read a quote which really touched by heart and thinking level. … Shaw was asked by one person the reason for not decorating his…
The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance
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The American author Bernard Pomerance (born 1940) was the brain behind the play "The Elephant Man", based on true-to-life events in the life of Joseph (sometimes John) Carey Merrick (1862-1890), the Englishman who was the subject of all the sympathy of Victorian Era England because of the tremendously severe deformities in his body.… Joseph Carey Merrick, the…
Sequel to Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
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This paper aims to discuss the plot of the Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and Sequel to Pygmalion. Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is a play considered as a romantic humor. George is a professional Irish writer who was exceptional in composing and writing captivating plays.… The play commence when Mrs. Eynsford Hill with her daughter, Clara, wait for her…
HOWARD GOODALL'S 20TH CENTURY GREATS - BERNARD HERMAN
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It is an excellent documentary made for musicians and non-musicians. Howard analyses how the most significant works of Bernard Herrmann were conceived. Howard’s video covers the entire career of… He brought the orchestra up to date with imaginative and unparalleled musical textures and effects. Hermann used electronic instruments to score a sequence of…
St. bernard of Clairvaux( 1090 -1153) page review
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According to Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, the use of ornamentation in religious buildings is sarcastic given the value of the ornaments and the economic position of the congregation. In addition, the use of golden and other expensive relics draws the people from the path of… The relics covered in gold invite the poor followers to kiss, donate, and admire the…
Critique of Memo Paris in The Natural by Bernard Malamud
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This essay talks about one of the major women characters playing a critical role in the novel “The Natural” by Bernard Malamud. The memo is depicted as a destructive and materialistic seductress. The character depiction is critically important for the overall storytelling experience.… The essay "Critique of Memo Paris in The Natural by Bernard…
The Fraud Of the Century: The Case of Bernard Madoff
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A Ponzi scheme’s system makes sure that it completely disintegrates after the discovery of the fraud. The fraudulent activities of Madoff fell down upon the constant streams of redemptions after the financial turmoil.… The SEC embarked on an investigation in 2006 but concluded it in 2007 based on the finding that there were no proofs of fraud found.…
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